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Wickham Hall - Part Two free pdf Summertime at Wickham Hall is hard to beat. The sun is out, the gardens are in full bloom, and the Summer Festival is just around the corner. With a clipboard in one hand and her diary in the other, Holly Swift is in her element. She's even warming to Ben, her unorganised, spontaneous (if very attractive) boss who occasionally drives her mad. But as the festival rolls near, a family secret from the past threatens to rain down on Holly's parade. Can she weather the storm, or is this a problem not even Holly can plan her way out of? Wickham Hall is an utterly feel-good story told in four parts - following Holly Swift's attempt at organising her own happy-ever-after, one catastrophe at a time. Summer Secrets is part two. Your favourite authors have loved reading Cathy Bramley: `Delightfully warm with plenty of twists and turns' Trisha Ashley `A perfect blend of the two greatest pleasures in life - love and gardening!' Fern Britton 'A witty, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy' Miranda Dickinson

About Cathy Bramley

After four years of flinging herself round the dancefloors of Nottingham's nightspots, Cathy somehow managed to get an honours degree in business. She then plunged herself into the corporate world of marketing, working on high-powered projects such as testing the firing range of SuperSoaker water guns and perfecting the weeing action of Tiny Tears. After making it onto Timmy Mallet's Christmas card list, she realised it was time to move on and so in 1995 set up her own marketing agency. She now lives in a Nottinghamshire village with her husband, two daughters and a dog called Pearl. Random Facts about Cathy Bramley: Lucky charm: pottery frog out of a Christmas cracker Favourite tipple: Polish cherry vodka Best ever Christmas present: potter's wheel (toy version) Hates the expression: 'Compliments to the chef' You can get in touch with Cathy via her website www.CathyBramleyAuthor.com, her Facebook page www.Facebook.com/CathyBramleyAuthor or on Twitter: @CathyBramley.

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Author : Cathy Bramley
Publisher : Transworld Digital
Data Published : 23 July 2015
ISBN : 1473526701
EAN : 9781473526709
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 120 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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